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Aside from the K/N sticker I think that trim actually looks awesome! Did it come like that? Is that a trim kit or did you/PO do it? because that HVAC control looks precisely cut lol, but either way it looks great

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nice like the rims...and the carbon fiber touch....window guards not so much...

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Aside from the K/N sticker I think that trim actually looks awesome! Did it come like that? Is that a trim kit or did you/PO do it? because that HVAC control looks precisely cut lol, but either way it looks great
it all came like this when i bought it, he has k&n filters so he stuck a sticker in there, and the orange inside is like a thick sticker. once it starts to fall off it ever does im going to probably paint it nicely or get a kit and thanks!

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nice like the rims...and the carbon fiber touch....window guards not so much...
thanks and thanks! you dont like the guards?

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window guards are what I call smoker's windows.

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Nice. It's good to see people these days who can drive cars with three pedals and go through their own gears. It's a dying art in this part of the world.

I agree about the K&N sticker. The world doesn't need to know what brand of air filter you've got lol. Other than that, it'll looks well put together. Any plans for future mods?

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Nice. It's good to see people these days who can drive cars with three pedals and go through their own gears. It's a dying art in this part of the world.

I agree about the K&N sticker. The world doesn't need to know what brand of air filter you've got lol. Other than that, it'll looks well put together. Any plans for future mods?
I strongly support this whole post. Makes me proud every time I see a new member with a manual.

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Nice. It's good to see people these days who can drive cars with three pedals and go through their own gears. It's a dying art in this part of the world.

I agree about the K&N sticker. The world doesn't need to know what brand of air filter you've got lol. Other than that, it'll looks well put together. Any plans for future mods?
that sticker was there when i got it, so i may aswell leave it, lots of mods i wanna do actually, some include:

1. black and orange seatcovers
2. inside orange glow
3. body kit
4. lowering springs
5. new speakers

and thats really all for now, well this stuff will happen eventually, i hope :p

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window guards are what I call smoker's windows.
well i dont smoke :p never have, and they were just there when i bought it

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I strongly support this whole post. Makes me proud every time I see a new member with a manual.
and im just 19 years old! first car i learned on was a stick, and this past summer it got more intense when i learned how to drive my dads 2014 Chevy Camaro with a 6 speed :D

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Don't do your springs without replacing your shocks. The stockers (FE1) are known to blow on a lowered ride. Best bet is to pick up a set of SS/TC (FE5) shocks & struts. They're inexpensive and quite possibly the best investment you can ever make for your car. Highly recommended.

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Don't do your springs without replacing your shocks. The stockers (FE1) are known to blow on a lowered ride. Best bet is to pick up a set of SS/TC (FE5) shocks & struts. They're inexpensive and quite possibly the best investment you can ever make for your car. Highly recommended.
perfect, once this happens ill post in the forum for further assistance :D

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